Child Exploitation on Online Platforms
There were some discussions on child exploitation by social media platforms and I think the circles have even taken up this issue. However, the issue is not being given enough attention by facebook, twitter etc. In 2019, Twitter quietly changed its terms of service to permit discussion about "attraction towards minors" with the proviso that "they don’t promote or glorify child sexual exploitation in any way.
Can the experts suggest how to make government work pay due attention to this? https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/sexual-exploitation-policy more
You have already made a point by raising the issue on this platform. Let us escalate it more
Each e commerce site should enable a specific feed back avenue to report child exploitation contents so that they can themselves take action quickly. more
pl tweet to the I&B minister RSPrasad and let his ministry take action . u can also log this complain on NaMo app of govt more
Everything depends on demand & supply. Mr. Chidambram, the then
Home Minister had said 70% of pornography are women. If Govt.
bans something, it is a problem and if not, then again it is a problem.
Today children known much more than their parents. Charity should
begin at home. There is need to keep off children from smart phones/internet. Limited exposure/access is okey. more
The first responsibility on this matter is that of parents. It is they who have to teach and control their children on the use of social media platforms. Today almost all kids having mobile phone are hooked on to Social Media. Yes the government could surely do one thong. BAN ALL SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS. Is that acceptable to you all? more